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>> snow and sleet are covering roads from texas to michigan. >> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is abc seven news. >> snow, freezing rain and sleet . asare on storm watch tonight the winter weather has the east coast now. we will keep you updated on the timeline of everything. let's get you the latest information tonight. doug, how does it look? >> it looks pretty messy. it is the dreaded wintry mix. it could well be that. that is a big portion of the area. tonight is just rain. it is what rain. all of that will change tomorrow. the temperatures will be in the 30's and lower 40's. and tomorrow it will get colder and drier in the region. the cold, dry air will be in late tomorrow. by sunday, the next element of energy will come up. right now, we are in deep 30's and 40's. temperatures to the west are very cold. that cold air will be brought into our area as well. it is a classic set up here. the weather service is issuing a storm watch for sunday for most of the areas. we expect some snow, and enter to. we expect some freezing rain. and we are looking for that sunday
2nd. visit vwdealer.com today >>> live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >> 'twas the night before christmas and all across the bay, wood burning is banned through at least christmas day. good evening and merry christmas. i'm dan ashley. some believe tonight that the air quality management district is playing grinch, extending a spare the air alert through tomorrow. and not everyone is very happy about it. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has the not so jolly story. >> it's important for everyone's health that we give the gift of clean air this season. >> reporter: it's a very smoggy holiday across the bay area. air quality officials say don't even think of using your fireplace christmas eve or christmas day. spare the air alerts have been called. >> we have no wind. we have no rain. and unfortunately, it's just capping all of our bad air quality and keeping it right here in the bay area. >> everyone wants clean air, but breaking tradition without a fire on christmas is a tough sell. >> it's christmas. we have a bunch of clean air regulations. we could
money out of that. >> she has changed her habits. do cash or gift cards anymore. >> tom rouse see, abc 7 news. >> that's it for us at 5:00. >> the news continues now with abc 7 news at 6:00. >> live from the broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at 6:00 on your side. >> breaking news, a senator talks about a theft. senator lamar alexander has replaced him and removed him from the payroll. >> the announcement comes just hours after the 35-year-old was dealing in child pornography. horace holmes is live outside the home with more on the case. >> a reaction to all of this is one of shock from capitol hill to the neighborhood here in southeast. handcuffed and escorted out of by uspse see home police he remained silent as he was placed in the back of the cruiser. tennesseeof staff for senator lamar alexander charged with dealing in child pornography. >> he was a quiet guy. he was just a good guy, good neighbor. >> they are stunned to see police early this morning to send on this neatly cap throw home. >> they were baying on the door going "police." what's going on? >> bandit of spending the en
. >> the kids are beautiful. >> and very talented. that is it for abc 7 news at 5:00. >> the news continues now. live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at 6:00. on your side. >> snow crews preparing for our third blast of wintry weather inside of a week. >> meteorologist steve rudin is on the storm watch tonight. >> temperatures not a problem right now. temperatures are generally in the 30's and 40's. 39 degrees at reagan national. a lot clearer out to the west with temperatures at 30 in winchester. clouds out there right now but the national weather service has issued a winter weather advisory fort loudoun and montgomery county. this is mainly the northern half of the counties. you could see upwards of an inch or two inches of snow. the further north and west you go into northern frederick county and washington counties, you could be looking at more significant snowfall. the breakdown of the timeline, what to expect the rest of the weekend coming up in a few minutes. rebecca? >> seven is on your side when the weather threatens. stay ahead of the storm on our webpage, wjla.com
the city council chair to go along with the plan. stephen tschida, abc 7 news. >> that is going to do it for abc 7 news at 5:00. now at 6:00, we are on storm watch. >> live from the abc 7 news broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at 6:00. on your side. >> all eyes are on the skies and the possibility of some snow flurries are on the way. >> let's get back to chief meteorologist doug hill. >> right now it is cloudy. 36 degrees in arlington. a disturbance in the north is on our way and that made bring some flurries or patches of nights -- patches of light snow. it will pass overhead to the north and we will be clip i a aance of some light snow, couple of snow patches or flurries. the snow chances are mainly north of the metro area and continue to move out. another opportunity tomorrow. we have another cold front causing maybe another few flurries tomorrow night but nothing of consequence around the area. 25-31 degrees. mourn what is ahead in it -- more on what is a had a couple of minutes. >> we are posting up to the minute updates for you on wjla.com. don't forget to download our storm
on the way for families traveling and doing that last minute shopping. our team here covering it all, and abc's meteorologist ginger zee leading us off. >> reporter: frozen solid. parts of michigan to maine encased in up to an inch and a quarter of ice. thick enough to skate the streets in toronto, canada. freezing rain taking down trees. which takes down power lines. >> the thing is, when they get one line repaired, now another branch is coming down. so it's just -- they're not really catching up. >> reporter: and still tonight, more than 400,000 are without power which may end up leaving many with a very dark and cold christmas. >> we get a little heat from the stove because it's gas. other than that we're just trying to keep warm. >> reporter: the runways in detroit this morning so slick, a delta flight careening into grass. and in new england, this is one of the worst ice storms they've seen in 15 years. here's paul merrill from wmtv. >> here in hollowell, maine in the central part of the state, about three-quarters of an inch of ice on tree branches. it's pulling down power lines and mak
,000. it is a $100 fine and 500 bucks if it happens again. in san francisco, abc seven news. nmeteorologist sandy pateleis live with the dopson. how bad is the air looking. >> it is in a moment unhealthy air. and live dopson hd is tracking clear skies right now and emoriville camera, the vow and the wispy clouds and tomorrow severe air quality. and unhealthy and poor for the bay area and high temperatures today and unseasonably mild and contributing to why we have seen the stagnant air pattern. and 71 in the moffett field and a new record gilrod tide and it was mild and santa cruz, low 70 and 76 in san francisco and 69 in santa rosea. and i will let you know if you can do it for christmas day. mild and unseasonable weather and storms in sight before we close out at 2013. >> first degree murder came more than two decades after the crime and there is closure for family and friends for carren wong. abc seven reporter is in the newsroom with the story. >> the victim was a aspiring documentary film maker. for two decades, there were no leads or witnesses. >> karen wong was murdered in 1991. captain ca
in the audience is getting a $100 >> coming up on abc 7 news at noon. the votes are in, but the -- the race is razor thin. the race for virginia's attorney general and the recount. an emergency meeting to address concerns about disturbing assault allegations at adc pool. >> lottery fever heating up. how much the mega millions jackpot has climbed. >> a cool start to our week. changes once upon a time, an insurance clerk stumbled upon a cottage. [knock] no one w a at home, but on the kitchen table sat three insurance policies. the first had lots of coverage. the second, only a little. but the third was... just right! bear: hi! yeah, we love visitors. that's why we moved to a secluded house in the middle of the wilderness. just the right coverage at just the right price. coverage checker from progressive. hd, this is abc 7 breaking news. >> some breaking news -- a bomb threat at harvard university has forced the evacuation of for campus buildings. the harvard police department received unconfirmed reports of explosives. the evacuation is interacting final exams. we will continue to monitor the
>>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >>> good evening. an oakland family says it has two options for long-term care of a 13-year-old girl declared brain dead after complications from a tonsillectomy. the order to keep her on a ventilator will expire monday. the family told us today facilities in southern california and new york have offered to take her but only after a tracheotomy and feeding tube inserted. the family will have to provide their own doctor for that. the family responded saying, we hope by this time tomorrow we'll have a path toward her removal and will have preserved whatever chance she and we have of her achieving any recovery. today we also heard from the hospital. >> first they said they had insurance, now they don't have insurance. first day at a facility in the bay area, that fell threw. now they have another facility in southern california, but they haven't called us back. >> the fund-raising effort has raised $3,000 so far. they hope to bring in $20,000. >>> oakland police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened during a bi
. >>> right now, there is some snow in the santa cruz mountains. abc 7 news reporter is live in boulder creek. what do you see out there? >> reporter: katie, we have been looking all over this morning for snow. and we finally found it. there's a light dusting of fresh snow here on empire grade road in the santa cruz mountains. perfect for would be christmas trees and that's where we are at the christmas tree farm at the top of the mountain. it started snowing about 25 minutes ago for the first time today. here on empire grade road. not far from boulder creek. light flurries up here but a cool, rare and beautiful sight for sure. nonetheless. sky 7 hd made a pass over the lick observatory in the last 30 minutes on mt. hamilton and you can check that out. it's covered in a light blanket of snow this morning. we talked to the christmas tree farm owner. he couldn't be more thrilled about this light dusting of snow. he said all the more reason to come up here to his christmas tree farm on empire grade road. the sun just came out. the snow just stopped falling so chances are snow won't be here more
when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear. i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >> this is not about money. this is about human beings. >> dozens gather to lend support for a grieving family. tonight the last-minute effort to keep a 13-year-old girl on life support. good evening. i'm ama dates. she is on life support after being declared brain dead. her family believes she is alive and they will be in court tomorrow fighting to keep her on a ventilator. family and supporters of this 13-year-old gathered together outside children's hospital oakland ahead a scheduled court appearance tomorrow to determine if she can remain on life support. she suffered complications from a tonsilectomy at the hospital and declared brain dead. a judge ruled on friday that she could remain on a ventilator and receive iv fluid through monday when a court-approved neurologist will examine her for any signs of brain activity.
on transit strikes. abc7 news reporter, matt keller, is live at the fremont b.a.r.t. station. matt? >> reporter: yeah, these b.a.r.t. riders went through two strikes this year and may have influenced the result of the latest fields poll. this morning, check it out, ask californian it is transit workers should be allowed to strike. state wide, it was split. 47% said yes and 44% said no. near the bay area, mart gin grew significantly, only 41% said yes while majority of 52% said no the contract is still unsettled between b.a.r.t. and its unions because of a disputed portion of the tentative deal, giving workers six weeks of paid family leave. b.a.r.t. says it was included by mistake. unions say this was part of the deal. both sides met for the mediation session yesterday. >> at this point, we don't know what they are going to say. clearly, the ball nee their court. they signed the agreement, they know that so until we hear what they have to say we aren't going to speculate. >> b.a.r.t. can't afford to give employees an additional six weeks paid leave. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. unions fil
will highlight those in a few minutes. urge you to stay with all abc 7 news platforms for complete coverage. .com andlog onto wjla visit our facebook or twitter sites at any time. >> a latebreaking story. police make an arrest in a series of local assaults. brad bell is live tonight. >> police are happy to make this announcement. they were looking hard for this guy. it turns out he was in jail eight hours after the attack. it happened right about here, but eight hours later the committed anedly armed robbery in montgomery county. he was caught and locked up. he was not linked to these crime until the dna evidence came in. -- princerge's county george's county police say that emerito chicas-savala is a brutal rape is that left a community in fear. it is good news to hear he is arrested. >> we still have to be cautious. >> i am glad they caught him. i am glad, i am glad. that is all i can say. but it was october 29. it 24-year-old woman and a 14- year-old girl were attacked 20 minutes and 100 yards apart behind this building. police conducted a massive manhunt for days. they generated an artist ske
. >> that is it for abc 7 news at 5:00. abc 7 news at 6:00 starts now. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> this is abc seven breaking news. >> 80 people are injured, seven seriously, after he ceiling in a theater in london collapse. >> it happened during the height of the performance. this.e know about a first inside say this is busy place. the theater is in the west end. a busy neighborhood around christmastime. it is called the apollo theater in the british capital. it has been around 700 people inside. a number of people were trapped inside after the ceiling collapsed. this happened at 8:15 british time. we are hearing from some of the folks inside watching the performance. isat this moment, it massive. it just cameme down on people in the stalls. i can't imagine what it was like. >> a lot of people were quoted like them and in saying this was part of the show. i thought it was part of the show until they were hit by pieces of ceiling. dozens of people were injured. a seven of those have serious injuries. no reports of any deaths at this point. the apollo theater i
the what? >> audience: "the view." >> "the view." [ cheers and applause ] >> live from the abc broadcast center, this is abc news at noon on your side. dealing with the rain and colder weather as we countdown to christmas day. across the nation, people are dealing with ice, snow, even some tornadoes. look at our first forecast. toit will actually start feel a bit more like the holidays by tomorrow. then, still in the 60's. we have a good bit of rain stretching along the i-95 corridor. been strong thunderstorms off to our south. we will get that in a little bit. our live doppler shows spotty showers in and around the capital beltway and around southern maryland. we are seeing a nice break over frederick and montgomery counties. fairfax is seeing a bit of a break. i think the most parts of the 95. will remain over east one -- andcations, 3/10 of an inch of rain at dulles. boy is it warm. 60 degrees in fredericksburg. 39 degrees in manassas. the cold air is on the way. let me show you those temperatures in the upper midwest. it is well below zero. it will not he that cold here. i will show
live from downtown oakland, i'm allen wong, abc7 news. >> thank you. >> those looking forward to a cozy fire in the fireplace are out of luck. another spare the air alert has been issued, the 18 of the season. abc7 news is live in san francisco where people do not like it. >> no. they don't. it won't be a white christmas, but will be a smoggy one. we have seen this hazy shade of winter hanging over san francisco all day. meaning no fireplaces going this holiday to, that, people say bah humbug. it's a smoky holiday. no wind, no rain. one reason officials say don't think of using fireplace on christmas eve or christmas day. >> in winter time, smoke pollution builds up and causes unhealthy air. >> with estimated one plt 4 billion fireplaces everyone wants clean air but breaking tradition without a fire is a tough sell. >> it's christmas i mean, you know, a bunch of clean air regulations? you can let that slide. >> here is just a few they've received. you people make me sick. it's christmas. people light fires. no fire on christmas eve? really? couldn't you stretch rules on this holiday? >>
on christmas but saying it would have been nice to hand them something. abc's alex perez on what ups is now saying. >> reporter: it's the christmas headache shoppers weren't expecting, customers counting on ups to deliver packages on time but ending up with delayed notices instead of gifts. our own viewers airing their grievances. >> ironically, our items are sitting in bethlehem, pennsylvania. >> ups made my naughty list this year. >> reporter: ups and fedex which also saw delays say the problems were created by what they called a perfect storm, bad weather, more packages and a shorter delivery season. both spent the day apologizing to customers, saying they expect to deliver all the delayed packages today and fedex saying every single package is important to us. the pressure getting to those delivery people, too. one ups driver who has been at the job for 27 years said this has been the worst christmas ever. ups refuses to say how many packages were affected, but finding outrage wasn't hard. the sister of one of our own abc producers paid extra to have live lobster delivered from maine fo
on friday. so great news for skiers and boarders now is a good time to down load abc7 news weather app giving you severe alerts, live radar and hourly temperatures. it's free at abc7 news.com/apps. >> a mechanical problem sent nine bart riders to the hospital delaying thousands of others during the commute. sky seven shows a person with trouble breathing. the mishap happened inside of the berkeley hills tunnel. some cars filled with brake dust a rider shot this video. you can see a woman having breathing trouble after she inhaled brake dust. >> i had three medical emergencies. one end of the train then, back to the other end of the train. >> we have major reinvestment needs and a good preventative program. we can make a better report. >> abc7 news is live tonight with a report on how passengers are doing. leanne? >> well, the passengers brought here to alta bay summit have been released. now, one patient talked to me with b.that very scary moment. >> they wanted tuesday say i was okay >> sh woman was on the way to san francisco to buy christmas presents for her grandchildren. the train
under the influence. thank you for watching abc news. and "world news now" soon with breaking overnight news. tune into "good morning america" tomorrow. and as always online at abcnews.com. good night! ♪i am beautiful in every single way♪ ♪words, can't bring me down♪ live from the kgo broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >> the battle over jahi mcmath, the girl that is still on life support in hospital oakland. the family says she needs an operation before she is and tonight, the hospital refuses. once again, the family is fighting with all they have. even against the best judgment of doctors. abc 7 news reporter allen wong is live with tonight's news developments. allen. >> reporter: this week children's hospital offered the family to help it move jahi to another facility. now there appears to be lines it's not willing to cross, this could all end up back in court again. an undisclosed medical care facility is offering to take in 13-year-old jahi mcmath, it requires her surgeryically implanted feeding tube but the hospital will not do it. >> help us get her out of your hospita
'll have room for 40 men and 20 women. in san rafael, abc7 news. >> here is a look at conditions you'll face. it's just coated with snow. this blast. >> here is reno that turned into a road snarling snow storm. traffic was snarled on the streets and interstate 80. dozens of accidents were reported 5 to 8 inches of snow fell today students were sent home, early. >> turning now to carolyn tyler. hardware stores are getting a lot of business this evening. carolyn? >> that is right. people are stocking up on cold weather gear. we have been keeping an eye on readings here the temperatures have dropped about ten degrees just in two hours. so yes it's time to bundle up, and get prepared. a cold snap can damage a warm weather pleasure, your swimming pool. >> this water in the panels when it gets down to 24, 25 degrees, they will freeze and tubes split open. >> so solar services have been busy on the panels. told it's a big seller. if you're cold today, imagine are collecting new coats for a low income school in richmond. >> we're out there, we see people without coats. and in this cold weath
, 11:00 p.m., you can watch it on abc 7 news. thank you. or what happens tonight, written -- make sure you check your ticket, you do not want to lose out on unclaimed prize. million of lottery prizes go unclaimed every year. no one bothers to check their tickets when they hear this no jackpot winner. prizes happen all the time, and they are often going unclaimed. grab your ticket, be upfront in front of the tv. we will have the drawing for you . >> temperatures still in the 30's, but things are looking up for later in the week. >> doug hill is standing by in the weather center with what you can expect. >> a couple of days, and we will be in the 60 plus and -- in the 60's for the weekend. most of the rain to the south and southeast of the metro area, a couple of showers moving into the district. keep an eye on that as some disturbance moves our way. we'll keep a close eye on even more developing on southern western virginia -- southwestern virginia. right now most of it to will say to the southeast of the metro area, but we'll will keep an eye on it for you. it will drop down back to th
questions now about their safety. >>> an abc news exclusive. the american husband and grandfather held captive, and his plea. >> it seems that i have been totally abandoned. >> tonight here, his family breaking their silence. what they thought the moment they saw that video. the "gma" interview breaking here. >>> and the fireball in the sky, the mystery growing tonight. seen across six states, hundreds calling it in. was it a shooting star or something else? >>> good evening. and it's great to have you with us here on a sunday night, as we usher in the new year this week ahead. parts of this country will have to get through two storms first. both hitting right now, bringing with them snow, heavy rain and arctic temperatures to follow. the first system leaving its mark from the plains to the midwest. a virtual whiteout on many roadways, making driving impossible. all weekend long, those power crews working to get electricity back on for thousands who have been without power, without heat for a week now. and tonight, many of those very people are getting hit again with a lot of snow. and
. >>> good afternoon. >> abc 7 news has just learned a 21-year-old man is now under arrest for a san francisco murder that appears to have been over a playstation oi. >> the victim was a college student who went to meet the person he had struck a deal with online. >> vic has the story. >> reporter: earlier today we knew that police had detained a young bay view man in connection with this murder. just a little whilinge ing ago, confirmed they had arrested 21-year-old ronnie collins, charged with murder and attempted robbery. he was shot as he sat in his car sunday afternoon. investigators say the 22-year-old had sold his playstation 4 online and went to hudson avenue to get money from the buyer. that's when everything went wrong. >> he didn't want to pay for it and my son maybe was demanding his money. so he shot him. >> reporter: the killer ran off without the gaming console. a source close to the investigation tells abc 7 news that his girlfriend was with him but unharmed. he was a student at santa monica city college, home for the thanksgiving break and was supposed to r
that will push out that smog. good evening, i'm dan ashley. we're going to begin with abc 7 news weather anchor spencer christian. really a dramatic change from the fast few days are. we going end to up with rain? >> the dry spell's not really over. we may get a sprinkle or two, but it's not significant in terms of, racing -- in terms of erasing the drought. you see clouds pushing out already because in some places we have fairly strong winds developing. here's the live view. we'll look at the 11th consecutive day of spare the air. will be over after tonight because strong winds are going to blow the stagnant air out of here. 26 miles per hour at half man bay. 24 mile-per-hour gusts at fairfield. some places are relatively calm. winds will pick up in all location. a wind advisory in effect for the north bay coast, hills, diablo range, until 10:00 tomorrow. winds out of the north/northwest, 35 to 40 miles per hour. gusts to 60. that will be enough to bring us fresher air tomorrow. dan? >> okay. thank you. see you shortly for the full forecast. >>> along with the wind comes a warning that trees a
in court. stay with abc7 news for the latest. go to abc7news.com and on the abc7 morning news at 4:30. tonight oakland police are investigate the death of a man at a wal-mart. officers say a man was found shot to death in the parking lot of the store they are not sure if the man was killed there or if his body was dropped off in the parking lot after he was shot. vallejo police are looking for clues after a man was shot to death outside an apartment building. it happened around 8:30 around interstate 80. a 10-week old puppy is recovering after a worker found the animal in a plastic bag on a recycling conveyor belt. abc7 news reporter lilian kim is live at the ecology plant in san francisco with details. lilian? >> ama, the employee says he has never seen anything like it. he was at the convey year -- the conveyor belt when he saw something move in a black, plastic bag. >> maybe there is some other trash or some other material in it. i can see the puppy was trying to crawl out the bag. >> greg foster stopped the line immediately when he saw this 10 week old poodle moving on the conv
. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning. i'm gio benitez in for john muller. >> i'm diana perez. so lucky to have you. always traveling the country and finally settled down. >> and on your last week. >> that's right. the last week before the big baby comes in. that's right. you are from miami. i'm hoping you made it down to miami for a warm christmas. >> not so much but i did go to california. >> okay. >> got a little warm weather out there. >> did you get r&r? >> and i went to disney. >> oh, you are so good. i wonder, do you work for disney or something? [ laughter ] couldn't be the reason you plugged that. >> yeah. >> let's get started. >> we begin with breaking news from russia. a second terror attack in the city of volgograd. many of the victims were students. this follows yesterday's deadly attack on a train station. >> no claim of responsibility yet but the incident raises serious security questions ahead of the olympics in sochi. here's alexander marquardt. >> reporter: a massive flash followed by a cloud of smoke as the blast rips through the frigid w
will sleep on the floor and have a dinner. >> they'll have room for 40 men and 20 women. in san rafael, abc7 news. >> here is a look at conditions you'll face. it's just coated with snow. this is a slushy blast. >> here is reno that turned into a road snarling snow storm. traffic was snarled on the streets and interstate 80. dozens of accidents were reported 5 to 8 inches of snow fell today students were sent home, early. >> turning now to carolyn tyler. hardware stores are getting a lot of business this evening. carolyn? >> that is right. people are stocking up on cold weather gear. we have been keeping an eye on readings here the temperatures have dropped about ten degrees just in two hours. so yes it's time to bundle up, and get prepared. a cold snap can damage a warm weather pleasure, your swimming pool. >> this water in the panels when it gets down to 24, 25 degrees, they will freeze and tubes split open. >> so solar services have been busy on the panels. and we're told it's a big seller. if you're cold today, imagine they are collecting new coats for a low income school in richmond. >>
the investigation. in san rafael, abc7 news. >> in san yoema county assistant sheriff tells abc7 news there is no indication the deputy was violating any policies in the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy this, is according to her internal investigation. he shot and killed andy lopez in october. the boy carrying an air soft rifle. into possible criminal charges against gelhaus. >> for the first time today investigators showed surveillance video of the deadly crash during the national transportation safety board's hearing today in washington, d.c. we learned the pilot thought auto pilot was on. vic lee monitored the hearings and is in the newsroom with more on what is revealed. >> that is still going on in washington the systems of the boeing 777, also, impact flight controls might have had on pilot ability to operate planes you'll recall the asiana crew had difficulties toggling between the manual and auto pilot controls whit made its final approach. asiana flight 214 was too slow, too low when hitting the sea wall. you can see in this video just released, the boeing 777 spun out of
can run from 3- 5,000. it is a $100 fine and 500 bucks if it happens again. in san francisco, abc seven news. nmeteorologist sandy pateleis live with the dopson. how bad is the air looking. >> it is in a moment unhealthy air. and live dopson hd is tracking clear skies right now and emoriville camera, the vow and the wispy clouds and tomorrow severe air quality. and unhealthy and poor for the bay area and high temperatures today and unseasonably mild and contributing to why we have seen the stagnant air pattern. and 71 in the moffett field and a new record gilrod tide and it was mild and santa cruz, low 70 and 76 in san francisco and 69 in santa rosea. and i will let if you can do it for christmas day. mild and unseasonable weather and storms in sight before we close out at 2013. >> first degree murder came more than two decades after the crime and there is closure for family and friends for carren wong. abc seven reporter is in the newsroom with the story. >> the victim was a aspiring documentary film maker. for two decades, there were no leads or witnesses. >> karen wong was murd
to take their daughter. abc7 news reporter laura anthony is live where the family and attorney just spoke. laura? >> that is right. a lot happening here in just the last couple hours the family has until next tuesday. more time in a court of law. this is the order granted today, an extension from an alameda county judge granting the extoengs allow the family time to pursue an appeal in federal court. we have heard from family members to tell us that jah sichlt moving and reacting to her mother's voice, at least in their view. as we said just moments ago the family spokesman with their attorney here i they had to say. >> we're greatful and would like to thank the judicial system forgiving us this opportunity. i want to thank god forgiving thus blessing and all supporters praying for us. >> this case is about jahi and importantly about choices. and who gets to make these choices regarding health care whether you live or die. is the it the family or a hospital? who may have made the mistake that has taken her life? >> the hospital is not surprised by the extension. it's not unusual for a cou
their trees so that they can do a better community. >> thank you. that is it for abc 7 news at 5:00 p.m., we start now right now with abc 7 news at six. >> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at 6:00, on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- offerings noted is information on the government spy programs in exchange for sylum. -- a the argumenting intensify over what is more vital, people's personal privacy or the government's ability to monitor phone and internet activity in terms of safety both here and overseas. the white house defending the latter. if we have aing copy of the house of cards? president was a true life drama himself. the main character, edward snowden. a federal judge ruled against grams.nitoring pro he wrote to a brazilian newspaper. >> we believe that mr. snowden ought to return to the united states, where he faces charges. program's paint and ability to cross-reference massive amounts of data now hangs in the balance. the most recent ruling almost assures it will be challenged in imperial court and lightly -- lik
] >> announcer: get ready for an evening of good taste january seven, sanchez help a shot. abc seven cameras roll as someone takes aim with a pellet gun. we will tell you how a grinch is the one who saved the day. plus, a live look at what is happening in outer space right now. the rare christmas eve spacewalk that is underway. >> what a difference a day makes, it feels like the clouds are moving in. we have the answers on the christ >> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at noon, on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> ho, ho, ho, merry christmas. >> new at noon, a man in a santa suit attacked. >> merry -- ahh. >> only abc 7's cameras are is hits santa's helper with a pellet gun. now a d.c., who shot a man in the red suit as he was handing out toys to was and girls. children might want to really leave the room, it wasn't santa, but santa's helper that got attacked. toys ins handing out southeast ec would two shots were fired and he was hit in the video you only see on seven. >> pretty unbelievable. this is the way to catapult to the
in richmond to help a mother and family give gifts to the needy. abc7 news on the christmas and richmond give away. >> i started playing with it. >> that is arriving. >> giraffe. >> edna is going through presents. but actually she's more like one of the santa's biggest helpers. eight years ago, facing foreclosure, her family decided to give. >> it dropped into my daughter's spirit to start feeding the homeless. >> they put together a toy give away. on this christmas eve she was hoping for a miracle. yesterday they were worried they weren't going to have enough for a give away. someone just dropped off more. two people drove up with toys and others donated these presents. this isn't just about giving aby toys. a restaurant donated food and people dropped off clothes volunteers sorted and folded them. >> they brought in coats and shoes and things we want to help out. >> just before noon, the doors opened and dozens of families came in to enjoy christmas lunch. edna was there to greet everyone. >> why not just spend it with the family? >> this is our family. this is our family. >> she won't want
. >> next on abc the derailment in new york city. after a commuter train careens off the track. new information and new video emerge on the car crash that killed actor paul walker. what happened moments before and after the wreck. >>> the new law for those who enforce the law all aimed at protecting california's mountain lions. >> i heard this horrible whooshing sound kind of like a plane crash. it was very disturbing, very loud. one of the loudest noises i have ever heard. >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. the crash happened at 5:20 this morning pacific time in the section near the bronx near the harlem river. the search for answers is underway. abc marcy gonzalez is live near the scene with the latest. marcy. >> reporter: investigators are still out here. it may be difficult to see, but they are working into the night trying to determine what caused this train to go barrelling off the tracks. seven passenger train cars left scattered. the aftermath of a deadly train derailment in new york city. >> amazing pictures from this horrific scene. >> the metro north train was he
>> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at noon, on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> wow, new at noon, violence at pictorial secret. blacke breaks out during friday. why police want you to see this video, and what happened just before the punches were thrown. noon with athis montgomery county teacher on the run. she is accused of abusing a special needs student and abuse -- and then fleeing the country. release more details this afternoon, but brianne carter has already talked to people who know this teacher and they say they are in shock. is facing sharon kui charges after police say she abused a 15-year-old autistic student and then fled to hong kong. >> it is scary. >> monterey county police say she was a teacher at frost school. law-enforcement officials say last month she went into a boys more -- home when his parents were away and engaged in what is being disguised -- described as illegal sexual conduct. >> that's not good. >> she lived in this rockville neighborhood, one neighbor said it has been months
. >>> our team coverage continues with abc7 news reporter alan wang in berkeley with a look at how zookeepers and shop keepers are tonight. >> usually the line in front of the popular ice cream shop is all the way down to the end of t but tonight it is a lot shorter. only the hard core ice cream lovers are out here braving the cold. others are just trying to stay nice and warl. warm. they are turning on the heat everywhere including the oakland zoo where the alligators are being kept at 75 degrees. >> this is our sweetest man in the zoo. >> and oj, the 100-year-old tortoise is taking cover in a barn with heat lamps. >> with the frost rn whatting coming we want them locked in. we added a little extra hay so they are nice and cozy. >> meantime others are rushing to dive into the cold weather. there is a line of custers at the store in berkeley who want their skis tuned up for the slopes. sierra ski resort including heavenly and north star are now open with half a foot of new snowfall. other resorts are deciding if they should open this saturday, a week early. >> i'm sure they are run
. >> the suspect was treated at the scene and take away in an ambulance. in antioch, john alston, abc news. >> the cold snap may be ending, but it is leaving hazy, polluted air. a record fifth consecutive spare the air day has been issued for tomorrow. earlier tonight you can see the haze over the east bay. this is the view from on top of our camera on -- around 5:00 this evening. ama dates is live in san anselmo for us. >> this time of year it is not uncommon to see firewood for sale outside stores. right now in the bay area you can buy it, but you can't burn it. like you said we are in for the fifth straight spare the air day. it is a first and number six could be on deck. >> we have only had four in a row. that is fairly common, but this is not. six would be unprecedented. >> the bay area air quality management district points out the haze we see in the sky as our air quality worsens on this winter spare the air day. >> no wood burning is allowed and that includes your fireplace and outdoor fire pit and chimi in ea and manufactured fire logs. >> i woke up choking twice this morning. th
>> coming up on abc 7 news at noon, a man accused of trying to rape an 11-year-old girl, and police say he is on the run. we will tell you about the search for a child predator in virginia. plus, a man caught on video trying to steal holiday spirit. we will show you the thief in maryland. >> temperatures barely getting to freezing. of, there is a potential maybe some more wintrymmemm >> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is abc 7 news at noon, on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- new at noon, police say a child predator is on the run. we will tell you about the search of a virginia man accused of attacking an 11-year-old girl. try tohe grants that steal christmas. a thief taking packages from a home in maryland. and the sign language interpreter and speaks. was mental illness behind the scandal at nelson mandela's memorial the dash service? -- memorial service? >> [inaudible] >> but we begin this new with blast, the frigid cold that has people in our area bond about. the hoods were up, and the gloves were on. whelanlogists eile
. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more on how people are dealing with the unhealthy air. >> if you weren't anywhere in santa clara county you were bound to notice an odor in the air and a haze in the sky. it got so bad the santa clara county health department issued this alert. suggesting children, the elderly and those with respiratory problems stay inside. >> it is not a day to trade for the marathon. it is not a day to run around outside a lot if you didn't need to. >> the stagnant weather, another spare the air day, the fire in big sur and a fire at a metal recycling center are to blame for the poor air quality. all of the windows and the doors are staying closed today. >> we want to talk to the residents and let them know it is not as safe as it would be outside. and they can go out at their own risk. >> administrators in san jose opted to keep students inside since the particulat matter jumped 150%. this asthma suffererrer knew something was off. >> it was hard to breathe and i was going to go out and jog. it was so hard to breathe. >> tomorrow will be another spea
. >> target has not responded to our request for comment. in san francisco, john alston, abc7 news. >> that's unnerving. itthe stagnant, unhealthy air hanging around for more than a week is on its way out. here is a time lapse video from our south beach camera. and now we have to deal with strong, gusty winds. meteorologist sandhya patel is here with live doppler 7hd and details on a wind advisory. >> yeah, dan, the wind is already starting to kick up and the shift in the wind is all we need to clean out our atmosphere. right now we are looking at live doppler 7hd. a few clouds out there. we are going to be watching for the potential for sprinkles or light showers for your morning commute. here are the areas going understand the wind advisory at midnight. the north bay mountains at coast and the diablo range gusting to 60 miles an hour. and this really runs until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. look at the view from our camera . gusts right now 43 miles an hour. lower elevations are starting to gust. 30 to 35 miles an hour and it is a wind coming off the ocean that is bringing the fresher, cle
what the family of a live from the kgo broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >> the battle over jahi mcmath, the girl that is still on life support in hospital oakland. the family says she needs an operation before she is moved and tonight, the hospital refuses. once again, the family is fighting with all they have. even against the best judgment of doctors. abc 7 news reporter allen wong is live with tonight's news developments. allen. >> reporter: this week children's hospital offered the family to help it move jahi to another facility. now there appears to be lines it's not willing to cross, this could all end up back in court again. an undisclosed medical care facility is offering to take in 13-year-old jahi mcmath, it requires her surgeryically implanted feeding tube but the hospital will not do it. >> help us get her out of your hospital to take her somewhere else. >> reporter: and the family said that the insurance company is willing to pay for it. the hospital spokes person said last week's court ruling that decided had that jahi a legally brain dead prevent them from pe
as an experienced pilot. a neighbor spoke with abc 7 news a few minutes ago. >> it's a tragedy if it did go down and the fily of on the plane with him. i know dale usually travels on the ple by himself sometimes or with other business pele. sometimes with the family. yeah, that would be a tragedy if the family was with him. >> smith founded his company, serial tech, back in 2007. he's been in the data storage field since 1991. >>> pedestrian was struck and killed along busy el camino real near the overpass to a 92 after 6:00 a.m. police believe the man was jaywalking when two cars struck him. the second car didn't stop. officers eventually located the car d driver after the accident. both drivers are cooperating with authorities. the accident closed the street as well as ramps to highway 92 for a couple of hours durinthe morning commute. the victim's identity has not yet been reased. >>> what a terrible tragedy for a bay area fathe the father of a young man who police say was killed ove a video game console tells nbc 7 news his son was home fm college for thanksgiving break like so many young pe
? >>> critical condition, an abc news investigation. outrageous medical bills, the same tests, wildly different prices -- >> is that a fair price? >> we take on the case tonight. >>> a good evening to you, and welcome back from the holiday weekend. we begin the news tonight with some answers about that train traveling at 82 miles per hour. what happened when the train hit the curve, the cars derailed and so many passengers were injured. there is new video tonight showing a closer look at the damage, the cars on their sides, the tracks mangled, and destroyed and giant cranes lifted the cars upright. the black boxes on board now offering more clues to this story. abc's gio benitez goes in search of the answers. >> reporter: tonight abc news sources say human error is likely to blame for the train tragedy, investigators on the ground looking through the eery aftermath. those tracks torn apart by a train traveling faster than it's supposed to. the speed limit for trains in this area is 70 miles per hour. once it reaches this curve, the speed limit drops down to 30. tonight we know the train did not
be over an hour if you call him. it's going to get worse before it gets better. kris van cleave, abc 7. likes a critical 48 hours ahead. count on us to keep you ahead of the storm. we are constantly updating the forecast and you can access it 24 hours a day on our website, wjla.com, our facebook page, or using the storm watch weather wrap -- app. >> allegations of police officers exploiting young girls in the district. tonight, police chief cathy lanier speaks out about the matter publicly for the first time since we broke the story earlier this week. jennifer donelan is outside federal court. what did the chief say? in covering crime, i have a number of police officers that have spoken to in they have discussed the trail, sadness, and anger at the relegation's in these latest two cases. today, their chief stood up in spoke out on their behalf. >> protecting strangers is what the 99.9% of my force does every day. tall reaffirming the public as the investigation into two of her police officers continues to unfold. one officer has been charged with taking naked photos of a 15-year-old gi
are scrambling to find answers and solutions to a critical breakdown. abc's clayton sandell is right there where the decisions are being made. >> houston station -- >> reporter: tonight engineering a tricky repair job, 230 miles above the ground. >> what is actually going wrong -- >> reporter: mission control today trouble-shooting how to fix a faulty critical component, one of two cooling loops that keep the station from dangerously overheating. a valve in one of them is stuck, forcing the six astronauts on board to rely on the duplicate. now there's no back-up if that fails, too. >> this is a position we don't want to be in long-term. >> reporter: during their daily briefing nasa said for now the two americans, three russians and one japan astronaut living on the station are not in danger. >> we've got a good stable configuration, the crew is in good shape. >> reporter: engineers say they have two options, first upload new software to reboot that stuck valve. if that doesn't work they'll have to swap it for a spare during a risky emergency space walk. >> about another two feet. >> reporter: as
's position. that is that there is a chance of reviving the child through the power of prayer. vic lee, abc7 news. >> vic, thank you. this painful saga began when mcmath underwent tonsil surgery december 9th. shortly after, going into cardiac arrest. a scan revealed two thirds of her brain was swollen. her uncle says on thursday she was declare medically dead the family began a legal fight to keep her on a vent later. and and on christmas eve a judge issued an order keeping her on a vent later until 5:00 p.m today now extended to you-to-january 7th. >> there has been an improvement in the number of killings in oakland in 2013. figures for 12 months with a number of murders at 95. almost 30% fewer than in 2012. assaults were down, less. including dialogue, night walks and outreach programs. >> police believe they have arrested a man responsible for at least ten thefts. officers say property was belonging to car theft victims. >> just like christmas authorities issued a spare the air day meaning no burning fire wood in the home z outdoors there is a ban in several counties because of the dry c
. so cold, isaacels developed in danville as seen in this picture. abc7 news meteorologist sandhya patel is here now. >> so far, napa is three degrees from freezing. already take a look at records for the morning. napa hit a record at 25 degrees. 30 in san rafael. san francisco tied at 40. oakland broke previous records, 33. moffett field into upper 20s there. so it was frigid. napa county airport 16 degrees this morning. subfreezing temperatures again, freeze warning covering all areas except san francisco. you want to watch out. you can see increased risk of hypothermia. bring in pets. you can see them burst. and live doppler seven getting ready to track a cold storm. dan? >> let's check in with laura anthony and wade freedman. wayne, we'll start with you. broken water pipes today. let's see if wayne can hear us. you're on. go ahead. >> hi, dan. i know you can't hear us. we've been in the truck, it's been so cold out here. yes. there are water pipes and people surprised about their water pipes they didn't think it affected anyone else, then, all of a sudden, boom. pop. it's them.
. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> good monday morning, everybody. how was your commute in? >> it actually wasn't so terrible. i know i'm one of the lucky ones. what was the west churning has hit us now. >> philadelphia really got bombed where i am on the jersey shore not too far away, maybe 90 minutes away, got six inches. it is wintertime. >> you are closer to the water than i am. i probably got three inches. still bad. >> let's talk about the wicked stuff out there. we begin with then storm that moved to the east coast, heavy snow and ice that triggered deadly pileups and a nightmare for air travelers, as well. >> forecasters had called for light snow in the philadelphia area, but a lot more came down in and around that area. more than eight inches in south jersey and a foot of snow in newark, delaware. 7,000 flights have been canceled across the country since friday. dallas was hit hard with 400 flights grounded there yesterday alone. abc's larry jacobs has the latest on this storm. >> reporter: it's just bad to be on the roads. >> li
the children's hospital will also be in court on monday. abc7 news. >> if you would like to read the entire letter, we've post it had on our website. abc7news.com. >> developing news. a man reported missing in the east bay has been found. terrence campbell had been missing since 1:00 yesterday afternoon in walnut creek. according to authorities he was out taking a walk near a buckingham court and may have become disoriented or lost. police say campbell is visiting family and is originally from australia. again, he has been found. >> retailers are hustling to attract lift-minute christmas shoppers. yesterday was super saturday for many of them. one of the busiest shopping days of the year. to entice more customers, many stores offered deep discounts and extended their hours. some, including macy's, k-mart and kohl's and toys-r-us are staying open around the clock through christmas eve. >> when you work two jobs, it just makes it so much more convenience. and i actually have like that one hour time to go shopping. >> sales numbers for the past few weeks have been weak. they rose 2% from novem
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